Providing a comprehensive, scientific overview of horse behavior and its relation to welfare, this updated 2nd edition of The Behaviour and Welfare of the Horse includes new developments in the understanding of the relationship between physiology and performance, and the neuro-chemical basis of stereotypic behavior. It is expanded to address the important topic of welfare from both a fundamental and practical viewpoint, and will serve as an essential resource for veterinarians, equine professionals and horse owners as well as students of veterinary and animal sciences. 271 p.
- Andrew F. Fraser, MRCVS, MVSc, Former Agricultural veterinary practitioner, Professor of Veterinary Surgery, Currently Director of a Facility for aged and infirm horses. Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada); Newfoundland Pony and Horse Sanctuary, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland (Canada).
- Publisher: CABI
- Publication date (print): 2010-06
- ISBN (print): 978-1-84593-629-7